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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: Nigeria People (NY12-Feb.13) UP FOR ELIZABETH -- Nigerian stilt dancers execute their tricky maneuvers performing for Queen Elizabeth II on the racecourse at Lagos on Friday. People in background keep watch lest one of the timber toppers topples. (AP Wirephoto) The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: Nigeria People (NY12-Feb.13) UP FOR ELIZABETH -- Nigerian stilt dancers execute their tricky maneuvers performing for Queen Elizabeth II on the racecourse at Lagos on Friday. People in background keep watch lest one of the timber toppers topples. (AP Wirephoto)February 13, 1956, transparent
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February 13, 1956
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Nigeria People (NY12-Feb.13) UP FOR ELIZABETH -- Nigerian stilt dancers execute their tricky maneuvers performing for Queen Elizabeth II on the racecourse at Lagos on Friday. People in background keep watch lest one of the timber toppers topples. (AP Wirephoto)
Unknown Photographer / AP Wirephoto
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